Mainlining Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact: can I?

Those of you who know me well, know that I am particularly passionate about mobile OSes. One of the top criteria when choosing a new phone is how “hackable” it is, i.e. whether it allows things unlocking the bootloader, flashing other firmwares and ideally mainline Linux support, but also how OSS-friendly its manufacturer s. That […]

Long time no see!

Wow, it’s been a while. So many things happened since last post. I quit Canonical, where I was working on Ubuntu Touch, right before the project was closed. I joined Samsung R&D UK, where I spent 3 amazing years developing software for Samsung’s flagship phones, from a kernel driver for the Samsung S9 to an […]

Let’s Encrypt!

Seriously 😀 Let’s Encrypt was released as Public Beta a couple of days ago. You’ve got no excuses anymore, if you have a website, you have to use it! It is easy (if you have one of the supported OSes), but above all…it’s free!! How cool is that?!? A Certificate Authority that provides you with […]